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Templates/ being added to PowerCMS telephone link

Thread began 1/02/2017 5:37 pm by Jason | Last modified 1/13/2017 4:32 pm by Ray Borduin | 93 views | 10 replies |

Jason

Templates/ being added to PowerCMS telephone link

I have a region in my PowerCMS that contains this source code (I've verified this in the editor using the source option and in the database itself, and it's definitely what's there): <a href="tel:6183518463"> | 618.351.(VINE) 8463</a>

But, when it displays on my website it's<a href="Templates/tel:6183518463"> | 618.351.(VINE) 8463</a>

Any idea why it's adding Templates/?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That looks like a bug in framework builder. You must be using a theme or plugin and and it is trying to update your path.

To fix this open up the file: webassist/framework/framework.php and find this line:


$ignore = '/^(https?:\/\/|mailto:|javascript:|#|\/)/i';

and replace it with:

$ignore = '/^(https?:\/\/|mailto:|javascript:|tel:|#|\/)/i';

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Jason

Thanks for the quick response!

My current line looks like this:
$ignore = '/^(https?%3A%2F%2F|https?:\/\/|mailto:|javascript:|#|\/)/i';

Should I add leave the extra stuff and add the tel, or just copy what you sent me?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

just add the tel. I have a local version that might be older that I used as a reference:

$ignore = '/^(https?%3A%2F%2F|https?:\/\/|mailto:|javascript:|tel:|#|\/)/i';

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Jason

Awesome. Thanks Ray!

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Jason

Framework Builder overwriting changes

Anytime I use the framework builder now it changes the new line

$ignore = '/^(https?%3A%2F%2F|https?:\/\/|mailto:|javascript:|tel:|#|\/)/i';

back to the old line

$ignore = '/^(https?%3A%2F%2F|https?:\/\/|mailto:|javascript:|#|\/)/i';

I've managed to catch it everytime so far, but I know I'll forget eventually and end up back in the same spot I started. Is there anyway to prevent it from overwriting the changes?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can update it in your Dreamweaver configuration folder. Just navigate to your User configuration folder for Dreamweaver and find the file: Shared/WebAssist/Framework/Includes/framework.php

Updating it there will update the version used when applying on future sites as well.

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Jason

I can't seem to find that folder Ray. I'm looking in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2017\configuration\Shared, but that's as far as I got before I lost the trail. There's no webassist folder in there. I'm showing hidden files and folders, but still no luck. Am I looking in the right place? I also tried searching C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2017\ for framework.php, but I didn't get any results. I'm running the latest version of DW on Windows 10.

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Jason

Nevermind! I forgot about using %appdata%. I got it. Thanks Ray!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That is the wrong configuration folder.

Open up windows explorer and type in: %appdata% as the path.

That will take you to the correct root where you can drill down to the dreamweaver configuration folder where the file resides. It will be something like: C:\Users\jason\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CC 2017\en_US\Configuration

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